Beetleloop Guest House
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- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Nelspruit
... subject to water levels. The Sabie River is one of the cleanest river systems in the country with a diverse fish population and prolific birdlife. Eight kilometre course with 20 rapids (grade 2-3). Life jackets, helmets and all ...
... knew it wasn't any good. Against better judgment though....I ate it...cause I knew we wouldn't have food for awhile. Besides, I've powered through bad fruit before with no problems at all :). We left the camp, and immediately hit a gravel road, the same road we were at last night when we saw the Rhino showdown. Today, more rhino's and hippos....but the best part was the lone giraffe. We watched him for quite awhile. Richard correctly predicted ...
Finally just after midday we left Johannesburg. To celebrate John's birthday (Paul’s dad) we were going away for a few nights to Nelspruit. Paul and I were ready to leave at about 9am, but by the time John and Noreen were ready it was about midday!
We drove north and in a few hours we arrived. I was looking forward to this trip as it was ...
... and all that. Can’t complain though, although those birds and crickets make quite the rukus, goodness me. The next night however was in a bush camp in the middle of the park which had carefully been designed to keep out every animal apart from the mouse, so to say there was a mouse problem would be to put it midly and seeing as Nomie is not a great fan of the furry critters, it was not a camp that went down well with Mrs Kwant. The rustling in the ...
... of that trip is the number of stairs we had to climb to get to the entrance. Having been to a number of caves in the U.S. (notably, Mammoth Caves in Kentucky), the Sudwala Cave seemed rather small. It did have some interesting columns. We were surprised when the guide was telling a story about a "chief" who used the cave as a fort and wanted his scounts to send an alarm if attacked, they'd bang on a "flowstone" coming down from the ceiling but ...